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1
Papua Nu Guinea (Re Booted)
Cat: 12 BOOT 17R. Rel: 30 Jan 24
Papua Nu Guinea (L Major remix) (6:31)
Papua Nu Guinea (Nishiesque remix) (3:50)
Papua Nu Guinea (Soul Central remix) (6:41)
Papua Nu Guinea (Dee Montero remix) (5:34)
Review: It's testament to the enduring quality and far-sighted nature of Future Sound of London's iconic 1991 single 'Papua New Guinea' that it keeps being 'rediscovered' by new generations of DJs. It has been a while, though, since any new reworks dropped - hence this 'Rebooted' edition. L Major kicks things off with a suitably cosmic, psychedelic and slow-building proto-jungle style offering, before Nishiesque flits between passages of hot-stepping, synth-laden d&b and slo-mo 4/4 chug. House heroes Soul Central reach for vintage hip-house breakbeats, ambient electronics and the original version's most life-affirming elements (the bassline, twinkling synth melodies and heady vocal samples), while Dee Montero re-casts the cut as a proggy, tribal-tinged tech-house roller.
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 in stock $12.66
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Freekazoid
Cat: PILOT 12. Rel: 20 Nov 23
Freekazoid (Electro 'XXX' mix) (6:12)
Freekazoid (Ruff mix) (5:49)
Rumpshaker (5:02)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Locklead has previously endeared himself to the underground house world with nice classy cuts on labels like Hot Haus and Rawax. On Pilot, though he sets his sights on breakbeat and cooks up a tense, thumping and throwback rave sound. 'Freekazoid (Electro 'XXX' mix)' has stiff drums and sci-fi synths with spoken word vocals making for a fun atmosphere. The Ruff Mix is paired back, a driving groove with fresh drum sounds and withering chords. 'Rumpshaker' closes out with a rasping bassline skewing about the mix over more jacked-up and electro-fried drums.
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Gespielt von: DJ Mau Mau
Tags: Minimal
 in stock $13.47
3
Breaks Away
Cat: PILOT 14. Rel: 12 Feb 24
North Phase - "Breaks Away" (5:06)
North Phase - "Sound Connection" (6:10)
ADR - "Ned Flanders Hot Chocolate" (5:52)
ADR - "Comet Relief" (6:26)
Review: North Phase and ADR share duties on this four track split EP, each dropping two tracks, although all four of them are firm dancefloor-filling candidates. North Face's 'Breaks Away' adds a few retro rave flourishes to a beat that's a distant cousin of Zinc's '138 Trek' and a bouncy, bumping bass holding the whole thing together. 'Sound Connection' has a hypnotic charm that nods to Fluke and early Underworld, although choppier and less linear in rhythmic approach. Aside from being probably the best named track we've come across in 2023 so far, ADR's 'Ned Flanders Hot Chocolate' is skippy enough to be 4x4 garage but with its scratched asides and cheeky, funky b-line has a unique personality, while 'Comet Relief' nods to the progressive house of the early 90s with an unexpected xylophone-like twist. It's all good, as they used to say.
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 in stock $13.47
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Movin' 2 The Sound (feat Acid Jerks, Fort Knox 5, DJ Absolutely Shit remixes)
Movin' 2 The Sound (3:41)
Movin' 2 The Sound (Acid Jerks Refix) (6:10)
Movin' 2 The Sound (Fort Knox 5 remix) (4:01)
Movin' 2 The Sound (DJ Absolutely Shit remix) (5:40)
Review: From the artwork to the vocal stamps to the beats themselves, this is a brilliantly retro-tactic release that brings plenty of nostalgia to the dance floor. Ursula 100 serves up the goods with 'Movin' 2 The Sound' - a dense and intense cut with vocals musing on drum beats and rocking the house, electro-tinged bass and lashings of acid with plenty of analogue percussive sounds. The Acid Jerks Refix strips away some of the noise to focus on the 303 and loopy vocal fragments and Fort Knox 5 up the acid-electro vibes on their rework. Last of all, the DJ Absolutely Shit remix brings some big jungle breakbeats and lively sax. A fun and destructive EP for sure.
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 in stock $14.26
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Watch Out Now
Watch Out Now (7" + MP3 download code)
Cat: HR 017. Rel: 08 Feb 24
Altered Tapes - "Watch Out Now" (Hijackin' For beats remix) (4:03)
Double A - "Tell Me" (So Cold remix) (4:32)
Review: Heat Rock add yet another breaksy heater to their repertoire and, in so doing, welcome two wicked producers from across the pond into their roster; Altered Tapes from Chicago, and Double A from New Zealand. The former stalwart goes in on an infamous flute loop from The Beatnuts, working in phat kicks and sawn-off breakbeats for a pacier, dancier instrumental version. Double A backs this up on the B with, dedicating a prayer and an amen to the same Dirty South classic. A must-have DJ tool for the aspiring breaks-purveyor.
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 in stock $15.57
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Toxic Funk Vol 13
Cat: BBP 229. Rel: 18 Jan 24
Shake & Boogie (3:29)
Not Today (3:37)
Review: Nuremberg's Jayl Funk is a true torch-bearer for the art of funked up breaks to start a party anywhere and everywhere. He's back on Danish label Breakbeat Paradise with another sure-shot 7" of feel-good vocal grooves that should appeal to a huge spectrum of cats ready to get down, not least the A-side joint 'Shake & Boogie' with its infectiously sunny demeanour. 'Not Today' is a more disco-styled affair with snappy Philly string stabs and a slippery groove you could just sink your teeth into. Just watch out for that epic piano breakdown, it might just raise the roof off the joint.
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Tags: Disco Funk
 in stock $12.66
7
Orbital Resonance EP
Cat: EMOTEC 001. Rel: 19 Jul 21
Dreamcoast (6:03)
Wheel Of Time (6:02)
Echolab (5:12)
Cyclotron (5:55)
Review: MOY has been whipping a very tasty strain of braindance over the past year across a number of labels such as AC Records, Batrachian and Exalt. These are surely bountiful times for warm, playful acid and tricksy electro, and this latest drop from the London-based artist on new label Emotec surely adds fuel to the fire. MOY's sound is rounded and self-assured, striding forth with the moody, breaks n' bleeps vibe of 'Dreamcoast' and bolstered by the emotional jack of 'Wheel Of Time'. 'Echolab' has a fatter, more polished finish to it, but once again the gnarly 101 and 303 lines are front and centre. 'Cyclotron' offers up something a little deeper to close the EP out, completing a beautifully rendered set of braindance dynamics.
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 in stock $8.44
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Toxic Funk Vol 8
Cat: BBP 204. Rel: 26 Jan 23
Second Warning (3:37)
Let The Music Play (3:44)
Review: The Breakbeat Paradise label rolls out another one in its well regarded Toxic Funk series here and both tunes pack some serious dance floor heat. It is producer duo Suckaside along with LROY who bring the good times here with classic soul and funk mixed with just enough beats and breaks to make it sound current. LROY first offer the big soul groover 'Second Warning' with boom bap beats and lush vocals. On the flipside Suckaside aka Sucka Timmy and DJ B-side offer a take on Shannon's cult 'Let the Music Play' with some big hitting electronic funk.
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Codename Jina
Codename Jina (hand-stamped 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: GORKY 2. Rel: 06 Nov 23
Jina (6:33)
Mahsa (5:32)
The Code (7:49)
Review: There sure is an appropriate sense of futurism in these new breakbeats from Ahu. Opener 'Jina' is run through with far-sighted chords that bring to mind the glowing metropolis of Ridley Scott's 'Bladerunner' - it even feels like there's rain falling in the tune as well as subtle celestial vocals and deep, driving bass. and spoken word samples to add that cinematic ambiance. 'Jina (Mahsa)' is soulful machine music - fans of the glorious 69 project of Carl Craig will doubtless dig it - and then 'Nika' rides on a much more rubbery and lovely, lumpy Herbert-esque beat with molten synth melodies and a darker energy. A stylish EP, no doubt.
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Gespielt von: M50
 in stock $14.52
10
We Are IE (remixes)
Cat: HOOJ 151. Rel: 05 Jul 22
We Are IE (original extended edit) (4:58)
We Are IE (Solo & Blade Yellow Cali mix) (3:18)
We Are IE (Horsepower Return To E remix) (6:07)
We Are IE (Borai Brizzle Bassline mix) (4:25)
Review: Whether or not Lennie D'Ice's 'We Are I.E' was the tune that inspired the birth of jungle has long been a matter of debate. Regardless, it was certainly highly influential - a booming, sub-heavy breakbeat hardcore anthem that undoubtedly shifted the musical dial on its initial release in 1991. Here the freshly remastered original - sounding weightier and sharper than ever - is joined by a trio of 21st century interpretations. Solo and Blade kick things off with a crisply chopped and pleasingly rolling re-edit before Horsepower Productions brilliantly re-imagine it as a punchy and powerful breakstep smasher. Arguably best of all though is the take from Bristol's Borai, who brilliantly joins the dots between bassline, 4/4 UKG and saucer-eyed turn-of-the-90s house. Let me hear you scream!
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Gespielt von: Paul Starey
 in stock $16.37
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Real Hip Hop
Real Hip Hop (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: SSR 227. Rel: 29 Oct 21
Real Hip Hop (vocal) (4:08)
Real Hip Hop (instrumental) (4:15)
 in stock $12.14
12
Rotating Assembly
Rotating Assembly (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: OMNIA 03. Rel: 27 Jun 23
V/Eight (6:52)
Equiponderance (5:10)
Engine Vibration (6:38)
Enfield (6:04)
Review: The man best known as Convextion assumes his ERP aka Event Related Potential alias for four more next level cuts that find him pushing his electro electronics ever more into the future. 'V/Eight' opens with a melancholic bassline under busy drum programming to get things going. 'Equiponderance' is more complex with squirming electronics, more hefty bass notes and serene background pads adding a third dimension. 'Engine Vibration' is a more gritty mix of busy analogue machinery and star-gazing chords then 'Enfield' closes with optimistic sonics and propulsive bouncy bass to end this cosmic cruise on a high.
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 in stock $17.69
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Time Warp
Time Warp (12")
Cat: DSG 002. Rel: 09 Feb 24
Clouzer & Radondo - "Time Warp" (6:43)
Kollmorgen - "Escape" (Clouzer remix) (8:30)
Clouzer & Radondo - "Time Warp" (E-Bony Remimx) (5:17)
Clouzer - "Goodbye" (6:30)
Tags: Nu Disco | EBM
 in stock $17.69
14
Make A Dance
Make A Dance (limited hand-stamped one-sided 10")
Cat: MADE 001. Rel: 19 Dec 23
Mad Queen (3:35)
Review: There is no messing about with this one as the newly inaugurated M.A.D. Edits label kicks off with a one-sided 10" that very much does the business. It comes from Mad Queen and is a lively cut with a wide sphere of references. The drums are big dusty breakbeats, the bassline is a fat one with raw funk and the melodies are wild and expressive while there are even some rich jazz sax lines coming in from above to add extra fuel to this particular fire. A party starter with a unique sound, no doubt.
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Gespielt von: Mimi
 in stock $13.72
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Other Phases Of Sleep
Cat: PR 019. Rel: 06 Feb 24
Asleep (6:22)
Asleep (Space Ghost remix) (5:21)
To Paradise (6:01)
Signal A5 (5:57)
Review: Dutch DJ and producer Kennedy has always been rather concerned with dreams and infusing the feeling of them into hazy house music. He has done that mostly on his own Dream Machine label but now lands on the Canadian outlet Pacific Rhythm with three more of his somnambulant sonics. 'Asleep' is all dusty drums and smeared shrouds that encourage the mind to wander, then the Space Ghost remix flips it somewhat into a more potent proposition. On the flip, 'To Paradise' is a classy soundtrack full of introspective pads and 'Signal A5' rounds out another EP that draws on the artist's love of UK Street Soul and cosmic flourishes.
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 in stock $15.57
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Aesthetic Solutions EP
Cat: HB 023. Rel: 22 Jan 24
Aesthetic Solutions (6:44)
California Cruise Control (7:16)
Underexposure (6:44)
Areola 51 (6:39)
Review: Fresh off the back of his superb new album, Voigtmann is back with an equally juicy new 12" on Half Baked, a party crew with which he has a long association. His intricate minimal style is laid bare here from the off with 'Aesthetic Solutions' offering up a colourful mix of trippy sound designs and sci-fi moods over slick tech drum programming. 'California Cruise Control' gets deeper, with a more prominent squelchy bassline taking centre stage. 'Underexposure' then ups the ante with a more cosmic and driving techno sound and last of all is 'Areola 51', another one built from silky loops and futuristic synths over crisp tech house beats.
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Gespielt von: DJ Mau Mau
 in stock $12.94
17
Space Jungle EP
Cat: UFOS 006. Rel: 23 Oct 23
888 (6:34)
Space Jungle (feat Parallax Modulators) (6:56)
Grantourismo (6:32)
Redemption (8:15)
Review: The sixth UFOs outing is another intergalactic adventure in sonic form and this time at the buttons it's New Balaance, a Mexican artist at the heart of a new wave. Space Jungle though is an apt title for this EP, which kicks off with some stylish breaks and nimble basslines overlaid with lush cosmic arps. 'Space Jungle' (feat Parallax Modulators brings a more pensive mood thanks to the sustained chords and deeper grooves, but subtle acid and chattery perc bring it to life. 'Grantourismo' is a lively and dynamic cut with more swirling synth work while 'Redemption' closes down this quartet of excellent explorations with a mix of 90s prog, techno and breakbeats all imbued with plenty of colour.
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 in stock $13.20
18
Music For The Jilted Generation
Cat: XLLP 114. Rel: 03 Apr 94
Intro
Break & Enter
Their Law (feat Pop Will Eat Itself)
Full Throttle
Voodoo People (2:00)
Speedway (Theme From Fastlane)
The Heat (The Energy)
Poison (feat Maxim) (2:00)
No Good (Start The Dance)
One Love (edit) (2:00)
3 Kilos
Skylined
Claustrophobic Sting
 in stock $24.81
19
Further
Further (2xLP)
Cat: 632 5301. Rel: 10 Jun 10
Snow
Escape Velocity
Another World
Dissolve
Horse Power
Swoon
KDB
Wonders Of The Deep
 in stock $19.54
20
Fabric Presents Overmono
OVERMONO / VARIOUS
Cat: FABRIC 209. Rel: 16 Jul 21
Overmono - "So U Kno"
Artwork - "The Soul"
Foremost Poets - "MoonRaker"
Milanese - "Billy Hologram"
Antonio - "Hyperfunk"
Overmono - "If U Ever"
DJ Zank - "Pegassans"
Surgeon & James Ruskin - "Sound Pressure" (part 3)
Holy Ghost - "4AM At The Crying Cactus"
LB Dub Corp - "I Have A Dream" (feat Benjamin Zephaniah)
Plastikman - "Fuk"
For Those I Love - "I Have A Love" (Overmono remix)
DJ Misjah - "Victim"
Powder - "Lost Of Light"
Overmono - "BMW Track"
LCY - "Shhh"
Vex'd - "Pop Pop"
Robert Fleck - "Bromine"
Anz - "Morphing Into Brighter"
Actress - "Caves Of Paradise"
Remarc - "Thunderclap" (Dubplate mix)
Equiknoxx - "A Rabbit Spoke To Me When I Woke Up"
Ed Rush & Optical - "Bacteria"
Orca - "Intellect"
Smith & Mighty - "Film Score"
Blawan - "Fourth Dimensional"
Roy Of The Ravers - "Erolfa"
Sockethead - "When I Close My Eyes I See Paint"
1995 Epilepsy - "Get 2 Kno"
 in stock $10.04
21
Hip To The Jive
Cat: WASS 005LP. Rel: 08 Sep 11
Hooked On Swing
Karabine
Get A Wiggle On
Blow Your Horn
Voodoo Juju
Cascade
Black Milk
Jitterbug
Apple Sauce
Hip To The Jive
Solitaire
You Better Run
Review: Signed by Wass Records head Smoove to inject a healthy jazz and swing flavour to the label, this debut album from Renegades of Jazz's David Hanke stays loyal to the original beats when he samples them - as on opener "Hooked On Swing" or the brass-packed "Get A Wiggle On". Pitched somewhere between electro-swing and more hip-hop orientated cut and paste samplers, this is an album full of thrills and spills, with plenty of jazz and beats to keep fans of multiple genres.
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 in stock $20.06
22
Compnded (Edge Records *1)
Cat: EDGER 01. Rel: 08 Jul 15
Compnded (5:02)
Gordon Edge vs Krafty Kuts - "Compnded" (Krafty Kuts re-kut) (4:57)
 in stock $15.31
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Bleeps Breaks & Bass Vol 2 (half speed remastered)
VARIOUS
Bleeps Breaks & Bass Vol 2 (half speed remastered) (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: MPD 041LP2. Rel: 05 Apr 23
Terra Incognita - "Alien Element" (UK mix) (4:29)
Tek 9 - "Space 91" (3:04)
Boneshakers - "Don't Go Away" (original dub mix) (3:39)
Ubik - "Bass Generation" (6:04)
Break The Limits - "Drums Of Freedom" (6:43)
Techno Excursion - "Come With Me" (5:53)
Trak 1 - "For This II" (4:28)
Three Sons - "First Step" (4:02)
KLF - "What Time Is Love?" (Moody Boys vs KLF mix) (7:31)
Review: Dutch label Musique Pour La Danse present a major new retrospective that selects the best in early 90s bleeps, breaks and bass, exploring the origins of bleep techno and breakbeat rave. Terra Incognita, Tek 9, Boneshakers, Ubik, Break The Limits, Techno Excursion, Trak 1, Three Sons and KLF line up on the tracklisting on this rare and expertly curated collection which promises to save a few otherwise Discogs-directed pennies.
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Gespielt von: Manu Archeo
 in stock $38.81
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Bleeps Breaks & Bass Vol 1 (half speed remastered)
VARIOUS
Bleeps Breaks & Bass Vol 1 (half speed remastered) (limited gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: MPD 041LP1. Rel: 06 Apr 23
The Scientist - "Spiral Symphony" (Sample Me mix) (3:02)
KCC - "Def Con Bass" (4:36)
R. Solution - "Blowing My Mind" (4:08)
Biosphere - "Baby Satellite" (5:07)
A Certain Ratio - "Spirit Dance" (5:40)
A Man Called Adam - "Midievil (The Inquisition)" (6:48)
Unique 3 - "Digicality" (4:50)
Hypersonic - "Dance Tones" (Tekno mix) (5:31)
Heychild - "Heychild's Theme" (6:04)
Review: Music Pour La Danse co-founders Olivier Ducret and Eric 'Bunkerheadz' Hart are both massive fans of turn of the 90s bleep & bass and early breakbeat hardcore, so it's little surprise that they've put together an impressive, two-volume showcase of some of their favourites. The collection was mastered by Forgemasters man Rob Gordon, boasts design from Trevor Jackson and sleeve notes from Matt Anniss (author of bleep bible 'Join The Future'), but it's the quality of the track list that impresses most. Highlights include the sub-heavy electro/bleep/breaks fusion of R-Solution's ludicrously rare 'Blowing My Mind', Unique 3's brilliant - and oten overlooked - 'Digicality', a surprise deep bleep shuffler from A Man Called Adam, and Biosphere's incredible 'Baby Satellite'.
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Gespielt von: Manu Archeo
 in stock $38.81
25
Experience
Experience (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: XLLP 110. Rel: 27 Sep 92
Jericho (0:30)
Music Reach (1/2/3/4) (0:30)
Wind It Up (0:30)
Your Love (remix) (0:30)
Hyperspeed (G-Force part 2) (0:30)
Charly (Trip Into Drum & Bass version) (0:30)
Out Of Space (0:30)
Everybody In The Place (155 & Rising) (0:30)
Weather Experience (0:30)
Fire (Sunrise version) (0:30)
Ruff In The Jungle Bizness (0:30)
Death Of The Prodigy Dancers (live) (0:30)
 in stock $24.81
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Between Fragments
Cat: PILOTLP 01. Rel: 13 Jun 22
Rest (6:30)
Passenger (4:23)
Journey (4:34)
Seducer (5:26)
Roboflow (5:26)
Systematic (4:31)
Went Too Far (6:02)
Do Not Resist (6:03)
Ying Yang (5:31)
Neintien Eyti (4:47)
Illumination (5:33)
Stay With Me Forever (5:10)
Lights On (5:35)
Review: Johannes Kolter is Kolter, an artist formerly known as DJOKO, and now a hotly tipped breaks and garage head who has already got plenty of attention. Here though he makes a grand and widescreen statement with the first release on the all-new Pilot label. It is a stylish and adventurous record with plenty of killer cuts from the downbeat hip hop opener to the deep house delights of 'Journey' via the elastic and energetic future house kicks of 'Roboflow.' Showcasing both a knack for well craft synths and expert drum programming precisions, this record plays out like a mini DJ set with all the twists and turns you need to keep you on your toes and fully engaged.

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 in stock $9.77
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Britain's Dirty Little Secret
Cat: MAR 002. Rel: 10 Jan 22
Old School (5:20)
Sugoi (5:18)
Flash Fight (5:46)
False Religion (6:45)
Review: The second release on the fascinating Mooziken Analog Room label comes not from Detroit-based Iranian Salar Ansari, who delivered the imprint's debut release, but rather British acid house, techno and drum & bass pioneer A Guy Called Gerald. The Mancunian channels the raw, analogue-rich heaviness of his early work throughout the EP, which sees him skip between twisted, cunningly swung, acid-fired heaviness ('Old Skool'), pleasingly metallic blends of electro, clonk and house ('Sugoi'), trippy and hypnotic early morning mysticism (the Berlin-friendly haziness of 'Flash Fight') and chunky, funk-tinged tech-house (the 'is it heavyweight house or light-touch techno' of 'False Religion', where Gerald makes a rare appearance on the mic).
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 in stock $14.26
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Sans Musique
Cat: OYSTER 34. Rel: 26 Nov 21
Scully (Earth People mix) (5:33)
Force Of Equilibrium (4:27)
NRJ (7:00)
Teal'c (7:28)
Send It (7:11)
Fantasmas (6:03)
Aurora Eclipse (8:31)
Gespielt von: Jane Fitz, Wes Baggaley
 in stock $26.66
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Kinda' Kinky (20th Anniversary redux + A Skillz remix)
Kinda' Kinky (Ursula 20th Anniversary Redux) (3:44)
Kinda' Kinky (A Skillz remix) (3:37)
Review: In 2002, New York producer Ursula 1000 released his groundbreaking, genre-busting album Kinda' Kinky, meshing groovy retro sampladelic licks with modern breaks and beats. For its 20th anniversary this year, Ursula revisits the 60's swinging London mod shaking title track with his own 2022 redux. UK breakbeat master A.Skillz remixes the flipside into a relentless, giggling funky disco monster! The cover design is by world renowned space-age bachelor pad artist Shag.
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 in stock $11.61
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The Second Coming EP
Cat: JPR 004. Rel: 20 Sep 22
I Can't Let It Go (5:23)
Sound Of The Hardcore (4:59)
War Of Da Worldz (5:10)
Review: Back in the early days of the UKG scene it was all about those famous Sunday sessions. This EP from Twostep2 captures the magic of that special time across three hefty and bass-driven new cuts that stay firmly entrenched in the underground sound. 'I Can't Let It Go' is a raw and jostling cut with metallic hits and a classic pitched-up r&b vocal. There is more cheeky skip and swing to 'Sound Of The Hardcore' with its innocent melodies and kinetic kicks, while closer 'War Of Da Worldz' brings 2step shuffle, great Big Ben samples and sustained chords that bring the soul.
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 in stock $9.49
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1992
1992 (3xLP)
Cat: PRSPCT 275. Rel: 01 Sep 22
Initiation (3:34)
Not Gettin In (5:08)
Warehouse (3:45)
Just Getting Warm (3:48)
Test Pressing (Longman Shuffle Tribute) (4:41)
Hear Me Now Rudeboy (4:33)
Banger (3:00)
Moon (3:49)
Manic Shuffel (4:45)
The Clock (3:24)
Revolver (4:32)
DUI (3:58)
Acid Fucker - 3 (Kill The Dancer) (3:32)
 in stock $39.60
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Lowflow
Lowflow (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CNC 001. Rel: 29 Mar 21
Dead Frogs Down (4:39)
Velcro Spider (5:36)
Noroveerno (5:22)
I Will Try2Do (4:03)
Review: Club Night Club is a new Brooklyn label born out of an event series, and they're positioning themselves squarely in the leftfield of the contemporary techno scene with a wild EP from the lesser-spotted Herron. The Manchester-based artist has slipped out a few scattered releases over the past six years, from EPs on the meandyou label he helps run, and one big drop for Peder Mannerfelt's label. This fierce return to the fray shows the producer pushing a tough yet supple strain of mutant, stepped techno with soundsystem blood pumping in its veins. It's ludicrously high-end, swimming in needlepoint sound design and yet still rough as hell, and it comes very highly recommended.
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Gespielt von: M50, Juno Recommends Techno
 in stock $4.22
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The Breakdown EP
Cat: LEP 002. Rel: 11 Apr 23
The Breakdown (Charms Of Gaia mix) (6:52)
The Breakdown (Trips & Skips mix) (6:54)
The Closer (5:40)
Cobblestone Stomper (5:54)
Review: Liquid Earth is an alias of new school underground house hero Urulu and he's dropped fine beats on Kalahari Oyster Cult, Butter Side up and Small Hours. He has also recently started his own self-titled label which is where he arrives now with four more fresh and well-infused cuts of spaced-out breaks, electro, house and minimal. This one starts with 'The Breakdown' (Charms Of Gaia mix) which has fast-paced trance-techno overtones. The Trips & Skips mix of the same tune is more dark and on the flip are the whacked-out acid-laced breakbeats of 'The Closer' and 'Cobblestone Stomper,' a white knuckle tech house thriller.
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
 in stock $11.61
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Return Of Q Project (remastered)
Cat: KLEG 01. Rel: 21 Sep 22
Champion Sound (7:01)
Night Moves (6:34)
Review: When it comes to UK hardcore/jungle schematics, they don't come much more authoritative than Q Project's 'Champion Sound'. That growing hoover sound and iconic vocal stab and those mercenary breaks... Like Total Science's Q himself, this still tears up dancefloors almost 30 years later. As does the often overlooked B-side 'Night Moves'. Bumping and rolling in the shadow of the anthem on the a-side, this wonderfully minimalistic track highlights the power of that essential stripped back dynamic of breaks and big bulging subs - the only ingredients any good D&B track truly needs.
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 in stock $15.83
35
Rooty (reissue)
Rooty (reissue) (limited gatefold pink & blue vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: XL 143LP2. Rel: 23 Mar 23
Romeo (3:57)
Breakaway (3:53)
SFM (2:39)
Jus1Kiss (6:42)
Broken Dreams (3:08)
I Want U (3:24)
Get Me Off (5:20)
Where's Your Head At (6:39)
Do Your Thing (4:28)
Freakalude (3:19)
Crazy Girl (3:48)
All I Know (3:37)
Review: Named after their infamous Brixton club night, Basement Jaxx's second album Rooty saw them continue to push the boundaries of pop and club music. The album mixes classic house with generous lashings of punk, funk, R&B, jazz, hip hop, 2-step and pop song-craft in a mad genre crash that works like a charm. It features the massive tracks 'Where's Your Head At', 'Romeo' and 'Do Your Thing'.
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 in stock $24.28
36
Deti Techno EP
Cat: LR 023. Rel: 31 Jan 23
Deti Techno (6:35)
Jug A Jug (4:33)
Bayla (4:51)
Till I Die (5:06)
Chin Chin De (4:32)
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37
Lipstick Traces
Cat: SMR 019. Rel: 26 Oct 23
Runaway Universe (8:11)
Vogue Mars (5:48)
Vogue Mars (Apiento remix) (5:26)
Review: Those Sound Metaphors guys are always digging out archival material from hidden corners of dance music history, and they've done it once again with this incredible holy grail for any devotees of the Balearic sound. Leo Mas attained legendary status DJing at Amnesia in Ibiza in the 80s alongside Alfredo, and in the early 90s he was exploring production with a variety of collaborators. Having entered the studio with Italian musician Sergio Portaluri in 1993, Mas sat on the resulting DATs for 30 years until they finally got unearthed as the heads-down, rolling breakbeat house stunners they are. Just to give things a modern twist for those who require it, there's also a remix on this 12' from Apiento.
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Gespielt von: Alexis Le-Tan, Manu Archeo
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38
Got High Again
Cat: PILOT 11. Rel: 13 Mar 23
Got High Again (6:04)
Weirdo (6:57)
Prospekt (6:34)
Duck Concert (6:27)
Review: Johannes Kolter is Kolter and is also a producer who went under the name DJOKO. He's been busy this year with plenty of goodness dropping including an album and three EPs. Now comes hit sone, again on his home label Pilot. It is inventive stuff that functions well on the floor as it straddles the worlds of breaks, house and plenty more. 'Got High Again' is lively and dynamic with its squealing leads and dusty breaks, then 'Weirdo' layers up leftfield melodies and blurts of playful synth modulation. 'Prospekt' is a wild fusion of rock riffs and high-speed funky breaks and 'Duck Concert' closes with hardcore drum breaks and soulful synths next to mad scratchinG.
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 in stock $13.47
39
Tokyo Boogaloo
Cat: SFR 135. Rel: 18 Apr 23
Whiskey Rock (0:19)
Question (1:56)
Chocolate! Chocolate! (2:20)
Te-ni-nee-ni-nu (3:30)
Breakaway (3:20)
Cobb (2:14)
Peter Gunn Locomotion (2:40)
Dance With Bacchus, Tonight! (2:18)
Tokyo Boogaloo (1:50)
45 (0:44)
Anemone (2:44)
Shanghai Transistor Radio (2:51)
Witch Baby (2:26)
Two Devils (2:22)
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40
Entwine
Entwine (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ARKAJO 005. Rel: 23 Feb 24
Entwine
Entwine (Polygonia remix)
Signature
Signature (Konduku remix)
Review: 
Arkajo's seld-titled label rolls out another sophisticated EP as it continues to stand itself apart in its early days. This one kicks off with 'Entwine' which showcases the artist's mastery of deep rhythms that seem to float above the dance floor. The broken beats are lush and airy, the synths wispy, the vibes uplifting. A Polygonia remix brings a little extra weight to the low end but it remains just as classy. 'Signature' then has a more edgy feel with heavier hits, squelchy bass and a physical feel that is super irresistible. Last of all is the Konduku remix which takes things into tripped-out 5 am territory.
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41
Environments 7.02: A Space Of Partial Illumination
A Space Of Partial Illumination (5:21)
If That Were To Occur (3:06)
Intents & Purpose (4:20)
Embodied Cognition (3:42)
Long Green Field (2:47)
Temporal Aliasing (4:41)
In Solitude We Are Least Alone (Waltz) (2:37)
Frozen Height (3:05)
Informal Horizon (5:36)
Ephemeral (2:49)
All This Has Happened Before (4:50)
How Forests Think (5:55)
Review: The Future Sound Of London are well-known for their intense sectioning-off of various albums into sagas. Conceived as far back as the late 1990s, the 'Environments' album series has been routinely topped up on a slow but steady basis, and has thus far manifested as a grand total of seven psychedelectronic odysseys. 'Environments Seven', which came out earlier in 2022, is testament to the duo's madcap penchant for sagaizing; indeed, this seventh instalment in the LP is split into a trilogy, and 'Environments 7.02' is the second in said trilogy.
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42
Make Me
Make Me (orange vinyl 12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: R 212001. Rel: 10 Oct 23
Make Me (extended mix) (5:01)
Make Me (Big Ang Rave To The Grave remix) (3:24)
Make Me (Mani Festo remix) (4:03)
Make Me (Paul Sirrell remix) (3:41)
Review: For those with their ear to the ground, 'Make Me' has been an underground monster hit for Borai and Denham Audio for time, but now it's getting a proper 12" release on Room Two with some heavyweight remixes. Taking a classic 90s vocal sample and giving it a thorough ruffing up, the original is hard to top, but Big Ang and Mani Festo turn in suitably rowdy versions which continue the theme of hardcore revivalism in fine style. Meanwhile bassline legend Paul Sirrell steps up for a flamboyant version which harks back to the original mid-90s cut that inspired 'Make Me' in the first place.
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43
Being EP
Being EP (12")
Cat: AM 005. Rel: 25 Sep 23
Being (4:29)
Touch (3:28)
Running Back (5:53)
Soft Spring (3:51)
Yunnan (5:50)
Review: It's time to clock up more Air Miles here as the small but well-formed label invites Supreems for another excursion into emotional yet robust breakbeats. 'Being' floats above the dancefloor on perfect frictionless drum loops that lurch to and fro and 'Touch' is a deep space trip with pensive cosmic pads and delightfully delicate but dynamic breaks. There is more weight and crispy texture to the zoned out sounds of 'Running Back', then 'Soft Spring' brings a heart aching female vocal to a loose cluster of beats, breaks, hits and churchy chords. 'Yunnan' shuts things down with a dark yet alluring energy. There is great craft in these cuts as well as plenty of dancefloor clout.
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44
Wicked & Wild
Cat: VIVID 13. Rel: 20 Mar 23
Wicked & Wild (feat Riko Dan) (4:25)
Push Past It (4:20)
Ronin (4:27)
Review: Bang on trend grooves from the Vivid camp, exploring the current fascination for all things that intersect both the garage and breaks genres. Lead track 'Wicked & Wild' is the one that leans furthest into UKG territory, its bumpy bassline and MC-style vocal giving it heaps of energy and attitude. Flip side instrumentals 'Push Past It' and 'Ronin' meanwhile, evoke the early 2000s spirit of breaksteppers such as Horsepower Productions, the latter especially maintaining the bassline pressure and adding it to the more hardcore vibe of rawer, sampled percussion. Maximum respect!
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45
Isles (Deluxe Edition)
Isles (Deluxe Edition) (gatefold purple vinyl 3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 261DXP. Rel: 28 Oct 22
Atlas
Cazenove
Apricots
Saku (feat Clara La San)
Lido
X (feat Clara La San)
Rever (feat Julia Kent)
Sundial
Fir
Hawk (feat Machina)
Siena (feat Clara La San)
Meli (I)
Light
Review: Bicep's second album is shaped by the experience of touring their debut long player for something like three years, a period during which they honed and perfected their instinct for tracks that would stand the test of time and repeated listening. What develops is a distinctive style typified by a combination of ethereal sonics and cheeky, memorable instrumental hooks, only set to a variety of beats that reference and indeed fuse the plethora of different dance genres that have sprung up since the acid house revolution if the mid-80s. So we get everything from the electro-tainted 'X' to 'Rever', where an African choir floats over a subtle deep house shuffle and 'Saku', where UKG bass pressure and skippy beats provide a hypnotic background for Clara La San's sweet but ghostly voice.
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46
Notes From Underground 1986-1994 Vol 1 (remastered)
Lab Technicians - "We Gave U Life" (5:26)
Aural Exciter - "U = Euphoria" (6:11)
Original Clique - "F" (Whistle mix) (4:17)
Pierrepoint - "Tonnerre" (5:02)
AEK - "Lick It" (5:48)
Zubbizerretta - "Wake The Town" (Somnabulist mix) (4:08)
Estudiantes - "Let The Music Into Your Mind" (4:44)
Zeco - "The Witch Trials" (5:52)
Big Showdown - "They're Here" (4:56)
The Rhythm Squad - "Animal House" (5:57)
The Rhythm Squad - "Manhunt" (instrumental) (4:24)
Nine L - "Islands Part 2" (6:42)
Review: At long last, a light has been shone on the career of one of the UK's true underground rave heroes: Bedford producer (and man of umpteen aliases) Tony Bonisegna. Cold Blow and Musique Pour La Danse have done a terrific job on the two-part set, offering up remastered killer cuts from Bonisenga's vast catalogue alongside extensive sleeve notes by Join The Future author Matt Anniss (whose book was the first to tell the producer's remarkable story). There's plenty to set the pulse racing on this first volume, including Bonisegna's earliest explorations of house in the late 80s (both as part of The Rhythm Squad), the clonking and bleeping shuffle of Original Clique's 'F (Whistle Mix)', the Pet Shop Boys-go-to-a-rave shimmer of 'Tonnere' by Pierrepoint, the acid-flecked breaks madness of Big Showdown's 'They're Here' and the sub-heavy early breakbeat hardcore of AEK's 'Lick It'.
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47
MAD 005
MAD 005 (12")
Cat: MAD 005. Rel: 23 May 23
Blind (5:17)
If U Wanna (7:02)
Te Siento Dentro (6:12)
Vice (5:02)
Review: The fifth entry on the M.A.D. Records series comes from Rakim Under, following up on their first appearance with the 'Lady J' re-fix on M.A.D. EDITS 003. Once again the label holds true to its dedication to the dancefloor by platforming these fast and furious hip-hop breakin' house jams, which roll from the dexterous drum funk of 'Blind' to the rolling, jazzy and Loom-bird toting 'If U Wanna'. The good-times vibe maintains on the B-side as a sweatier jack emerges around 'Te Siento Dentro', a faithful revision of a prototypical house joint, and then we're treated to the uptempo Latino rap throwdown of 'Vice'. If you want to set a party alight, every one of these tunes has all you need to get some heat generating out on the floor.
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For That Beautiful Feeling
Cat: XDUSTLP 12. Rel: 07 Sep 23
Intro (0:53)
Live Again (5:18)
No Reason (5:18)
Goodbye (5:03)
Fountains (3:47)
Magic Wand (2:27)
The Weight (3:44)
Skipping Like A Stone (4:44)
The Darkness That You Fear (Harvest mix) (3:39)
Feels Like I'm Dreaming (7:04)
For That Beautiful Feeling (4:17)
Review: The Chems, as they are affectionately known by fans, continue to serve up the most blistering big room breakbeats, techno and electro fusions each time they play one of their famously spellbinding sets. They are revealing all about their accomplished and decorated career in a new biography that arrives the same time as this new album, For The Beautiful Feeling. It's a double 12" of high-octane sound, maximal grooves and a mad guest spot from none other than Beck. Fans will love it, whether newcomers or diehards who have been with the pair since day one.
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49
Imagery Remixes
Imagery Remixes (limited 12")
Cat: DUSKNOTES 009. Rel: 01 Feb 24
Asymmetric Information (Homemade Weapons remix) (6:30)
Don't Crush The Acid (Viels remix) (6:43)
Don't Crush The Acid (Fred P remix) (6:28)
Inner Sunset (Soramimi & Rondec remix) (4:36)
Review: Just before it hits the double digits milestone, Dusk Notes revisit earlier suns with a new imagery remix EP. 'Asymmetric Information' (Homemade Weapons remix) opens up with a jungle techno assault that comes on in waves of irresistible physicality, and 'Don't Crush The Acid' (Viels remix) then gets deeper and darker and more paired back. 'Don't Crush The Acid' (Fred P remix) is one of the New York don's famously heady, spiritual and jazz inflected works and 'Inner Sunset' (Soramimi & Rondec remix) then slows it down to a dubby mutant crawl.

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50
Raves Of Future Past
Raves Of Future Past (gatefold blue marbled vinyl LP)
Cat: PURP 008. Rel: 31 Jan 24
Deepest Vibe (3:06)
Climbing Purple (4:18)
Step In 2 (2:56)
Jammy (4:05)
Cheery Coke (3:52)
T-4000 (3:32)
Love All You Squares (3:12)
She Loves (3:54)
Aggy (4:02)
Garvey Words (3:43)
Set Trends (3:47)
You Will See (3:08)
 in stock $30.10
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